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. yesterday chuck hagel had a rough first day. he would like to be our next secretary of defense. his appearance was rambling. he was stapl pherg. "the new york daily news" this morning writes whatever president obama sees in chuck hagel, it was largely invisible as he faced his former colleagues. if you missed the testimony, we had it largely here on the channel yesterday. here he is tangling with john mccain over the troop surge in iraq which mr. hagel opposed. >> if you would like me to explain why -- >> i actually would like an answer. yes or no? >> i'm not going to give you a yes or no. i think it's far more complicated that, as i've said. my answer is i'll defer that judgment to history. >> i think history has already made a judgment about the surge, sir, and you're on the wrong side of it. >> do i think it is right that israel was committing a, quote, sickening slaughter as you said on the floor of the senate? >> i would like to read all of it, what i said. first, i said many, many times, senator, every nation has a right to defend itself. >> do you think a sickening slaughter
. that is not good. it's largely driven by big cuts in defense. >>gretchen: a lot of people were wondering if this president would actually be reelected based on the economic numbers that have been topsy-turvy over the last four years but argue arguably not good for the last four years. would people now look at his policies and this administration when these numbers came out? not if you're the president's spokesperson. here's who he says is to blame. >> our economy is facing a major headline which goes to your point, and that is republicans in congress. this is political brinksmanship of the kind that results in one primary victim, and that's american taxpayers, the american middle class. >>steve: they say part of the reason why the economy is going down or suffering is payroll taxes increased. that was part of the deal they cut. if republicans are to blame -- by the way, has the president ever taken blame for anything except for naming tom daschle as secretary and then not realizing he took limos when he shouldn't have. >>steve: i don't think blaming house republicans. >>brian: it is unbe
or do they side with the government? their defense minister said warns morsi these disagreements could cause the collapse of the government. >> gretchen: now people being interviewed said if we had another chance at this election situation, we would not have voted in morsi because many of them feel like they're going back in time to the dictatorship rule of mubarak. here is a photo of secretary of state, almost former -- she is former now because john kerry is the new one -- hillary clinton with morsi. she was interviewed last night by our own greta van susteren and the question about egypt and the muslim brotherhood relationship came up. >> you have to, i think, take a step back and look at the fact that the people now in power in these countries have never been in government, never had a chance to really learn how to run agencies or to make decisions. so we don't certainly don't or in any way approve of what a lot of these leaders are doing or failing to do. but we also know how important it is that we try to avoid even more extreme elements, which are active across the region. i've
hagel because really the defense department is the only part of the government that he seems to be willing to cut. he's not really interested in reining in spending in almost any other area except national security. he said the sequester, which is the $1.2 trillion in cuts that are scheduled to go in effect, which disproportion athlete affect defense spending, the president said during the campaign, ain't going to happen of the well, it's going to happen. it's going to happen here in about six weeks. >> steve: before you go, something that looks like will happen is it looks like it's bipartisan plan to reform immigration. what do you think? >> i hope so. we'll hear from the president this week, but it really requires presidential leadership, like so many of these issues, because it's easy for people to sort of get off in their corner and argue their particular agenda. but it's hard to come together on big complex -- >> steve: so it's up to the president? >> it's up to all of us, but the president's got to play his role as commander in chief and leader. >> gretchen: we should
's the transition they needed to get to this level. it's hard to win with only defense. you win championships with defense, but you have to have a good offense. >> gretchen: let's move on to talking about the fact that you'll be down in new orleans. they have a lot of shell fish and seafood there and you have a problem with that and you want to talk about it. >> i'm allergic to shell fish and with that being said, i've got an incredible new product called the oviq and first and only compact auto injector that actually talks to you. it has visual and audio aid. when you pull it. >> if you are ready to use, pull on red guard. >> then you pull it off. >> place black end against outer thigh. then press firmly and hold in place. >> you would do this. this is a tester. >> three, two, one. injection complete. >> it actually talks you all the way through the process. this is a tester. but asks what you would happen of the you talk your way through it. you give it to yourself and then you go like this. >> gretchen: you have the kind of shock symptoms that you have where you can actually die. >> yes. i
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